Bromley Exhibition and Activities
March 23, 2011
Kimble Bromley, associate professor with NDSU Visual Arts, will present a solo exhibition titled "Pond Paintings" at the Spirit Room. His exhibition will include six large pond paintings painted on location at Bromley's rural property near Pelican Rapids, MN.
Bromley states, "My paintings are not exact duplicates of what is in front of me. They are my responses to this unique environment. As I progress with my painting, the work becomes more abstract. I attempt to capture the essence of what I see, creating lush, colorful works of art. These painterly artworks are about color, light and a celebration of life."
"Pond Paintings" will be on display through May 1. The Spirit Room is located at 111 Broadway, Fargo.
Additionally, Bromley will present a lecture to West Fargo High School art students on Wednesday, March 23. He will discuss his experiences at the College Art Association Conference, which was recently held in New York City. He will also present slides of the current New York art scene, including the studio of well-known artist Mark Kastobi.
Bromley continues to present his Creativity Enhancement Workshops throughout the community.